Region: Pacific Northwest
I live in the Pacific Northwest on Puget Sound. This campanula is astounding at the front of my border. At the moment it is in full bloom and looks like a river of blue. The very long tendrils climb up the plants in the back and a few foxglove have popped up in it. People simply stop and stare!! It is no care, drought tolerant and evergreen in winter. What more could one want?
I was interested to see that another review rated C. poscharskyana as 5-leaf [excellent], and wondered if this untagged plant was, perhaps, another species. It is a rapid spreader and I grow it in a contained area surrounded by wide flagstone path only because it can't get loose and damage more refined plantings.
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